The music video entitled 'Evil Man from Krabi' was posted by a father in the Netherlands after learning that the man charged with raping his 19-year-old daughter at a popular Thai holiday destination had been allowed to go free on bail.
News that the alleged rapist could be free for up to two years before the case comes to court has led to a significant number of cancellations at hotels in the province of Krabi, on Thailand's Andaman Sea coast.
The prospect of a tour guide who is alleged to have carried out a brutal beating and a rape being free to possibly rape again clearly does not appeal to tourists.
Tourism Permanent Secretary Suwat Sitthilor was quoted by Thai media today as saying in Bangkok that he would see whether the Information and Communication Technology Department could prevent access to the controversial video.
At the same time, a video is to be made presenting the more pleasant side of a holiday in Krabi to potential visitors from Europe, China, Australia and other countries.
Krabi police have also suggested making a video in response to the father's angry video performance in which he waves a shotgun and sings: ''Evil Man from Krabi, we're going to put him in jail.''
At a media conference at the Tourism Authority of Thailand office in Krabi earlier today, local media reported that Krabi Police Commander Major General Nanthadach Yonnown went through the details of the case.
He said the tour guide confessed to the July 28 rape of the young Dutchwoman when he was arrested on September 20.
Police opposed bail but a local court allowed the man bail when he denied the charge, despite his earlier confession.
Because of delays in the Thai court system, it could be as long as two years before the case comes to trial.
Krabi Governor Prasit Osathanon said today that the police had done all they could and it was not within the power of anyone connected to the case to make suggestions to the court.
Any attempt to suppress the angry father's video or an attempt at a cover-up of the circumstances of the case is likely to put more tourists off coming to Krabi for a holiday.
The woman's angry father, a popular singer in the Netherlands, could even write another song.
By late tonight, the first song had been watched more than 230,000 times.
A SHOTGUN-TOTING father whose daughter was raped while on holiday in Krabi has posted an angry song on the internet calling for her attacker to be jailed, not bailed.